2005 Camry LE 4 Cyl Automatic

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Old 01 Jun 2006, 08:03 pm   #1 (permalink)
Wes Braczkowski
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Default 2005 Camry LE 4 Cyl Automatic

My Camry is still under warranty, and the issue is small, and never seems to
be enough time to see the dealer.

After stopping, sometimes the car moves forward slightly (seems to be
intermittent). It seems that the brake is not sensitive enough for pedal
pressing when standing in the same place.

My question would be: is there a simple adjustment to make the brake pedal
more sensitive?

Is there anything else that I should look for? Does this really qualify for
a dealer visit under warranty - possibly I under estimate the problem?

Thanks,

Wes


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Old 01 Jun 2006, 10:08 pm   #2 (permalink)
Art
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Default Re: 2005 Camry LE 4 Cyl Automatic

I don't know if you are describing the same thing but on my 2001 Avalon,
when coming to a stop, sometimes just before the stop the engine would slow
and brake pedal would go down a bit and if you weren't paying attention you
would not stop. Dealer said it was normal and I believe it is. One of
several reasons why that that Avalon was my fourth but last Toyota.


"Wes Braczkowski" <wbraczko@sympatico.ca> wrote in message
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> My Camry is still under warranty, and the issue is small, and never seems
> to be enough time to see the dealer.
>
> After stopping, sometimes the car moves forward slightly (seems to be
> intermittent). It seems that the brake is not sensitive enough for pedal
> pressing when standing in the same place.
>
> My question would be: is there a simple adjustment to make the brake pedal
> more sensitive?
>
> Is there anything else that I should look for? Does this really qualify
> for a dealer visit under warranty - possibly I under estimate the problem?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Wes
>



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Old 02 Jun 2006, 10:26 am   #3 (permalink)
Dave Dave
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when the ac is on the engine revs will change a bit as the compressor
cuts on and off. if this happens at the right time it will act as you
are describing.proubly nothing can be done but worth tell the dealer and
see what they say.all toyotas i have owned do this including my 06 camry
and 97 corolla.

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Old 03 Jun 2006, 10:49 pm   #4 (permalink)
Art
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My 81 and 2 83 tercels did not do that and they had tiny engines. I find it
annoying and close to being dangerous. I've owned Chryslers, Fords,
Subaru's and now 2 Honda's. None have the same annoying feature.


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> when the ac is on the engine revs will change a bit as the compressor
> cuts on and off. if this happens at the right time it will act as you
> are describing.proubly nothing can be done but worth tell the dealer and
> see what they say.all toyotas i have owned do this including my 06 camry
> and 97 corolla.
>



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